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Dartmouth Libraries has acquired a first printing copy of the self-published Narrative of Sojourner Truth: A Northern Slave (Boston: The Author, 1850). It is a slender work at 144 pages but loaded with power. Read Sojourner Truth's words for yourself by asking for Rare E185.97 .T87 1850.
Across two days, Dartmouth Library's Preservation Department team, Deborah Howe, Collections Conservator; Jamie Dalton, Preservation and Project Management Assistant; Lizzie Curran, Assistant Conservator; and Conservation Intern Jacky Martin volunteered their time and expertise at the Justin Morrill Homestead in Strafford, Vermont.
Currently, under construction, this new facility brings the Dartmouth Library Depository and Dartmouth Records Center together in a climate-controlled environment for the long-term preservation of research materials. A reading room will provide on-site access or materials may be requested for delivery to the Hanover campus, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, or electronically.